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  • God’s Saving Work

    Basketball legendary coach John Wooden’s approach to coaching was unique. He rarely talked about winning but more about process and teaching. According to researchers Richard Gallimore and Roland Tharp,...

  • Boast on This

    Ricky Henderson is considered one of the best baseball players in history. After breaking Lou Brock’s Major League Baseball (MLB) record by stealing his 937th base, he addressed both...

  • Recognizing Sin

    Part of every athlete or coach’s journey is recognizing their mistakes or failures so they can learn and grow. I found the list put together by Strongerteam.com about seven...

  • Worst Trade in History

    On draft day in 1987, the Seattle Supersonics held the number five overall pick. They selected a small forward named Scottie Pippen. Later, they would deal him to the...

  • Faithful to the End

    Tom Landry was the first head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and coached 29 years. He was known for creating many new formations and methods made famous by his...

  • Encouragement

    Louisiana nursing home workers received an encouraging word from their own “Geaux Tigers” from LSU football head coach and national champion Ed Orgeron. “Healthcare heroes at Louisiana nursing homes...

  • Walk the Talk

    New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. Belichick’s philosophy is, “Do your job.” He teaches his players to block out outside noise to stay consistent and committed to the task...

  • Chariots of Fire

    My favorite scene in the movie Chariots of Fire took place during the Stoke-on-Trent quarter-mile race in 1923. Eric Liddell tripped, falling behind the other runners by 20 to...

  • Will It Be Too Late?

    As I watched the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary “Lance,” I wondered if anyone might have tried to witness Lance Armstrong during his dominating cycling career, which was overshadowed...